Monthly Archives: March 2012

ST Outlook – 31 March 2012

S&P 500 Last week we confirmed the peak of 19 March 2012 as a peak of the 20-day cycle and asked whether it might be a peak of the longer cycles as well. This week the market formed a new, slightly higher peak on Tuesday 27 March 2012 and so we find ourselves asking exactly […]

ST Outlook – 24 March 2012

The US markets have formed peaks and now the big question is: “was that THE peak?”, in other words is that the expected peak of at least 40-week magnitude, or was that just another small peak on the way up to yet higher levels? Peaks are notoriously complicated when analyzing a market using Hurst’s Cyclic […]

ST Outlook – 17 March 2012

The big news this week has been that US markets have made “new highs”. This is being peddled by many as a reason to be even more bullish, but as a dyed-in-the-wool contrarian I see this as yet more reason to be cautious and to prepare for a downward move in the market. While there […]

ST Outlook – 10 March 2012

S&P 500 Finally the US stock market succumbed to its “vulnerability to a downward fall” as mentioned last week, and on Tuesday the S&P 500 plunged down through the 40-day FLD, only to find support at the 80-day FLD, which then bounced price straight back up again. I have mentioned often here the phenomenon of […]

ST Outlook – 3 March 2012

S&P500 I am tempted to reach for my thesaurus and search for new ways to describe the continued upward progress of the S&P 500. Limping, faltering, eking, straining? At any rate there is no change to the analysis which I believe is playing out, which indicates that the market is due to start falling soon […]

Finalist in “The Technical Analyst Awards 2012″

For the second year running, Sentient Trader was selected as a Finalist for “The Technical Analyst Awards 2012″. The Award Ceremony took place at a Gala Dinner at The Waldorf Hotel, London on 19 April 2012. The Judges’ Comments at the Award Ceremony included, “Congratulations to Sentient Trader, for their well designed trading system and […]